In Kadovar, Simon Carn reports an increase in sulfur dioxide emissions, based on NASA Aura IMO satellite data on 18 January.
Kadovar - SO2 emissions towards the coast of the main island this 18 January 2018 - Image Nasa Aura IMO / via Simon Carn
Prevailing winds yesterday and today drive some of this cloud towards the main island.
On the video below, you can see the imposing plume of steam at the south coast, and a dark mass of undetermined nature at its base. The waters bordering the coast are discolored by the gases emitted.
Third Millennium Video - Added Jan 18, 2018 - the best in the latest images.
For the moment, no thermal anomaly is reported by Mirova.
Sources: Nasa Aura / via Simon Carn volcanologist Michigantech; VAAC Darwin; Mirova.
The Agung has just been the site of a Strombolian eruption on 19 January at 19:20 WITA, accompanied by incandescent projections and an ash plume at 2,500 meters above the summit, dispersing to the east.
Source: PVMBG / via Devay Natamanggala; Magma Indonesia; BNPB
Vidéo Jacqueline Zwahlen - 19.01.2018
In Ecuador, the seismicity of the Reventador gives 45 LP earthquakes, 46 explosions, 15 emission tremor episodes, and 9 of harmonic tremor, for the period from 17 to 18 January at 11am.
The ash plumes reach more than 600 meters above the crater level, with dispersion to the west.
During the night of 18 to 19.01, incandescence in the upper part and falls of blocks on 500 meters side OSE were observed.